Here are 23 famous musicians from United States of America died at 75:
H. L. Mencken (September 12, 1880 Baltimore-January 29, 1956 Baltimore) otherwise known as Henry Louis Mencken, H.L. Mencken or William Drayham was an American writer, journalist and critic.
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Clyfford Still (November 30, 1904 Grandin-June 23, 1980 New York City) was an American artist and visual artist.
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Winston Churchill (November 10, 1871 St. Louis-March 12, 1947 Winter Park) was an American politician and novelist.
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Mala Powers (December 20, 1931 San Francisco-June 11, 2007 Santa Monica) also known as Mary Ellen Powers was an American actor. She had one child, Toren Vanton.
She died in leukemia.
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Paul Flory (June 19, 1910 Sterling-September 9, 1985 Big Sur) also known as Paul John Flory or Paul J. Flory was an American scientist, chemist and engineer.
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Oskar Morgenstern (January 24, 1902 Görlitz-July 26, 1977 Princeton) was an American economist.
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Robert Coleman Richardson (June 26, 1937 Washington, D.C.-February 19, 2013 Ithaca) also known as Robert C. Richardson was an American physicist.
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Donald E. Westlake (July 12, 1933 Brooklyn-December 31, 2008 Mexico) a.k.a. Curt Clark, Donald Edwin Edmund Westlake, Richard Stark, Donald Westlake, Donald Edwin Westlake, Tucker Coe, J. Morgan Cunningham, Samuel Holt, Timothy J. Culver, Sheldon Lord, John B. Allan, Judson Jack Carmichael, The Neil Simon of the Crime Novel, Alan Marsh, Don Holliday, Andrew Shaw, P.N. Castor, Ben Christopher, Alan Marshall, Edwin West, John Dexter, James Blue or Neil Simon was an American writer, screenwriter, novelist and author.
He died as a result of myocardial infarction.
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Arthur J. Burks (September 13, 1898 Waterville-May 13, 1974 Paradise) also known as Don A. Stuart, Estil Critchie or Arthur Burks was an American personality.
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Richard Rorty (October 4, 1931 New York City-June 8, 2007 Palo Alto) a.k.a. Richard McKay Rorty was an American philosopher.
He died in pancreatic cancer.
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Alexander Graham Bell (March 3, 1847 Edinburgh-August 2, 1922 Beinn Bhreagh, Nova Scotia) also known as Bell, Alexander Graham was an American inventor, physicist, entrepreneur, businessperson, scientist, engineer and professor. He had four children, Elsie Bell, Marian Hubbard Bell, Edward Bell and Robert Bell.
He died in pernicious anemia.
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Bill Walsh (November 30, 1931 Los Angeles-July 30, 2007 Woodside) also known as William Ernest Walsh was an American writer, coach, consultant and american football coach. He had three children, Elizabeth Walsh, Craig Walsh and Steve Walsh.
He died in leukemia.
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The Amazing Criswell (August 7, 1907 Princeton-October 4, 1982 Burbank) a.k.a. Criswell was an American personality.
He died as a result of cardiovascular disease.
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E. E. Smith (May 2, 1890 Sheboygan-August 31, 1965 Seaside) a.k.a. E. E. "Doc" Smith, Dr. Edward E. Smith, E. E. 'Doc' Smith, E. E. Smith, Ph.D., Edward E. 'Doc' Smith, Edward E. Smith, Ph.D., Edward Elmer Smith or Edward Elmer Smith, Ph.D. was an American author, writer and novelist.
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Hank Greenberg (January 1, 1911 Greenwich Village-September 4, 1986 Beverly Hills) also known as Henry Benjamin Greenberg, hank_greenberg, Hammerin' 'Hank' Greenberg, The Moses of Baseball, Hankus Spankus, The Hebrew Hammer or Hyman Greenberg was an American baseball player. He had three children, Stephen Greenberg, Glenn Greenberg and Alva Greenberg.
He died in cancer.
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Jacob Abbott (November 14, 1803 Hallowell-October 31, 1879 Farmington) was an American writer. He had three children, Lyman Abbott, Benjamin Vaughan Abbott and Edward Abbott.
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Satchel Paige (July 7, 1906 Mobile-June 8, 1982 Kansas City) was an American baseball player. His children are Linda Sue Paige, Robert LeRoy Paige, Rita Jean Paige, Carolyn Lahoma Paige, Lula Ouida Paige and Pamela Jean Paige.
He died as a result of myocardial infarction.
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Timothy Leary (October 22, 1920 Springfield-May 31, 1996 Beverly Hills) otherwise known as Dr. Timothy Leary, Timothy Francis Leary or Dr Timothy Leary was an American psychologist, writer, actor, screenwriter, teacher, stand-up comedian and consultant. His children are called Zach Leary, Jack Leary and Susan Leary.
His discography includes: Right To Fly, Beyond Life With Timothy Leary, You Can Be Anyone This Time Around, Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out and Origins of Dance.
He died caused by prostate cancer.
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Theodosius Dobzhansky (January 24, 1900 Nemyriv-December 18, 1975 San Jacinto) otherwise known as Theodosius Grigorievich Dobzhansky was an American evolutionary biologist, geneticist and author.
He died in heart failure.
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Moustapha Akkad (July 1, 1930 Aleppo-November 11, 2005 Amman) otherwise known as مصطفى العقاد was an American film director and film producer. His children are Malek Akkad, Tarik Akkad, Zaid Akkad and Rima Akkad Monla.
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Joseph Medill (April 6, 1823 Saint John-March 16, 1899 Chicago) was an American personality.
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Stanislaw Ulam (April 13, 1909 Lviv-May 13, 1984 Santa Fe) also known as Stanislaw M. Ulam was an American mathematician and scientist.
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Duke Ellington (April 29, 1899 Washington, D.C.-May 24, 1974 New York City) a.k.a. Duke Ellingtton, The Duke, Duke Elinton, Duke Ellinton, Edward Kennedy Ellington, Elligton, Duke, Edward Ellington, Duke Ellington , Sir Duke, Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington or Duke Elligton was an American bandleader, lyricist, musician, composer, film score composer, actor and pianist. He had one child, Mercer Ellington.
His albums include Duke Ellington: Solos, Duets, and Trios, New York Concert, Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies (Original Broadway Cast), Midnite Jazz & Blues: Tea for Two, The Complete Capitol Recordings of Duke Ellington, Duke Ellington's Greatest Hits, Such Sweet Thunder, Newport 1958, The Great Paris Concert and The Blanton–Webster Band. Genres he performed include Dixieland, Big Band, Swing music and Orchestral jazz.
He died as a result of lung cancer.
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